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. >>> but first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, a suicide bomb attack on a u.s. embassy in turkey has left two people dead including the bomber in what the white house is calling an act of terror. u.s. officials are now warning all american citizenning inside turkey to stay away from any u.s. diplomatic posts throughout that country. the turkish police say the bomber blew himself up inside the security checkpoint at the size 6 sidside entrance of the . embassy. the blast killed a turk yirn guard and seriously injured a woman. the bomber was a member of a group the united states considers a terrorist organization. the group is an anti-american and anti-nato group. you may recall that nato is in the process of c deploying sevel american made patriot missile batteries to combat potential threat from syria. it's fox's top story. jennifer griffin is live at the state department. all of this is falling on sct hillary clinton's last day. >> reporter: in fact, it was an extraordinary scene at the state department just moments ago as secretary of state hillary clinton made her way through the hallways
and u.s. airways would create the world's largest airline. we'll break down what it means for you, the traveler, trying to book your flights. all ahead unless breaking news changes everything on "studio b." we begin with a a fox urgent setback for thousands of passengers stranded on the broken down crowds cruise ship. the ship is at a standstill because of a broken towline. this after delay after delay, carnival originally said the ship would arrive this afternoon, then they pushed back the estimated ail arrival to tonight, close to midnight. now this. of course you know the 900-foot long vessel has been without power since sunday when a fire in the engine room knocked out most of the electricity. since then it's been, according to passengers, grim onboard. raw sewage reportedly flooding the hallways, no air conditioning. barely any working toilets. we're told passengers had to wait for hours for anything to eat or drink. folks have reportedly had to sleep on the deck. now it's about 43 degrees and very cold. until the recent stop, the tugboats were towing it from the gulf of mexi
against u.s. organizations. they say all signs point to the chinese military as the guilty party. from one building, think of what is at risk here. we will lay it out for you ... next. bloo >>> a u.s. security claims its traced the most extensive cyber attacks in recent history to one chinese military unit in shanghai. according to the virginia based firm, it's likely operating out of a 12-story building of. hundreds of employees, breached more than 100 american organizations ranging from it and telecommunications to aerospace and energy. chinese officials strongly deny the accusations, even said we're doing it to them. u.s. officials wouldn't comment on the specifics of the report, but they have repeatedly expressed concerns about the growing cyber threat out of china. kathryn hecatherine herridge wis live from washington. what are we learning about the details? >> reporter: shep, this report is highly charged because it names names that the electronics trail leads back to the chinese military and it specifically cites that non-descript be building on the outskirts of shanghai which house
the senses. >> alisyn: u.s. history is coming to the california coastguard just in time for valentine's day. a giant statue inspired by this world war 2 photo of a sailorki. it's being installed on the san diego waterfront. the statue will be dedicated on friday. studio "b" live from rome with shepard smith starts right now. >> shep: it's 3:00 on the east coast and noon on the west coast and 9:00 p.m. on a gorgeous night one day after the stunning announcement that the pope is stepping down. today, we're learning much more about his health approximate, carefully guarded secret until now. the vatican reveals that pope benedict has pacemaker in his heart long before being elected as pope back in 2005. months ago, we now know he had surgery to replace the pacemaker batteries, an operation that was conducted in absolute secrecy. vatican says it was routine. the shock waves continue to reverberate for catholics around the world and a lot of folks seem to have the same reaction, even if it's something the world hasn't seen in six centuries. >> i shows what a truly humble servant. he loved our chu
to the reckless hostility of the united states. last month, defense ministers calmed the u.s. their prime target for nuclear tests and long-range missile launch but for now it's unclear how much of a threat north korea poses. experts say they don't believe the nation's has developed warheads somewhat are small enough to fit on the rockets. reports of the new tests would match up with what u.s. scientists say is a light to moderate earthquake. it shook the ground at roughly 5.0 near a known testing site. now, of course, the backlash as leaders including president obama condemn the move. this video shows north koreans applauding in the streets. in a nation where millions are starving, according to south korean estimates, north korea has spent more than three billion dollars on its nuclear program. enough to feed the country for three years. we'll have more from the state departmental but first to jonathan hunt live at the united nations in manhattan. a rare show of unity of the united nations. >> members gathered that it became apparent that the nuclear test had, indeed, taken place. u.s. ambassad
:00 in new york city, big changes are on the way for the u.s. postal service affecting every american who gets mail. the agency today announced it will stop some of its saturday deliveries as it tries to stem the losses of some 25 million dollars per day, per day. under the new plan set to take effect in august, the postal service will no longer deliver letters and first class mail on saturdays, but it will still deliver packages plus priority mail, express mail, and mail order medicine, everything that makes money. it would not close any branches currently open on the weekends. of course, the cuts in service mean fewer jobs. steve sensteve steve centanni. >> reporter: vermont independent bernie sanders said this will send the post office into a death spiral. white house press secretary jay carney received to prefer a more comprehensive approach to postal reform. >> it would be our preference that that package of reforms be implemented for the sake of a stronger future of the postal service. we're looking at this particular action now and, you know, i can't really evaluate it yet since we
: the u.s.-led military coalition in afghanistan reported a drop in taliban attacks last year. they were wrong. according to a coalition spokesman, clerical errors led them to report a 7% drop in taliban attacks from 2011 to 2012 when 201 was exactly the same is a 2011, just as bad. u.s. and ally officials cited a drop in violence when defending the u.s. drawdown inia. now that argument is out the door. here's the news live at the pentagon. are we getting a straight answer how this happened? reporter: well, in essence, someone finally noticed that after reporting to congress last year that attacks by the taliban were down by 7%, a figure derived from month-to-month reports from the field about the number of enemy attacks, in fact u.s. and nato officials didn't include the figures gathered by the afghans themselves, leading to the following statements promenade meteorologist. >> violence levels had been trending downward in the last two years after five years of steady increases, beginning in 2006. reporter: the problem is the attacks weren't trending downward. they were exactly the same
. >> yeah. 30 million people across the central u.s. of course where claudia is, i'm glad to see she's dressed appropriately. but the storm is just about to begin. the low pressure that brought the snow to sierra is pushing eastward. this is just the moisture ahead of the main event. the snow is flying in kansas city, wichita, then then a freezing rain and sleet line. south of that, mainly a chilly rain event and we could see the potential for severe weather tonight and tomorrow. let's track this storm. winter weather advisories for the four corners. parts of nebraska and kansas could get up to two feet of know then a potential for an ice storm unfolds across arkansas and missouri. the severe weather threat tonight for texas, tomorrow, harris, moving into louisiana, mississippi and arc is a where we could see severe weather outbreaks. multi-facetted storm. not only snow, wind and rain and tornadoes but ice as well. we'll track it. >> i've been tracking you all day and the snow totals have bumped. >> up. >> as we get closer, we'll see that, now casting. snow is one of the hardest thin
started retweeting it, saying it was disrespectful. in fact a retired u.s. army ranger saying this kind of therapy at a gun range actually makes perfect sense. >> well, shooting for guys like us in the military, is a very familiar skill set april. like taking a basketball player out to shoot hoops, and so shooting with military veterans they're trying to readjust can be very healing, and chris really used that well to his advantage to help people. >> so far ron paul has not responded to the controversial tweet posted to his account today. >> casey, thanks. >> then department of veterans are fairs report nearly 30% of the iraq and afghanistan war veterans have been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder. we have a psychologist and expert on ptsd. thank you. >> thanks good to be here. >> doctor, is there a solution here? is there something we as a community, who appreciates this bunch who is out there filing for our freedom, there is something more we need to being too? >> there definitely is something we need to be doing, shep. i think supporting our troops also has to do with sup
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. >> shepard: that's what we are told. thanks very much. joining us no the director of catholic voices u.s.a. also an torn, focusing on religious liberty, including its role in health care. good to see you. >> great to be here. >> it's this feeling of not in mourning as we bring in an all new thing. >> it's a whole new thing. usually this happens after a pope has tied and that's a somber occasion. this time what you see in the roman people, waving flags flagd people waving at the helicopter, great affection and gratitude the roman people and catholics around the world have for benedict? >> shepard: really, the roman people? i know a lot of italians. they don't talk about a lot of affection for benedict. they didn't talk about a lot of. affection for cardinal inninger. not that there's any dislike. about affection? i haven't heard that. >> look at the images we have seen over the past few days, of crowds, crowds in st. peter's square, and the flags waving, and at the end of the derrick benedict was a bishop of rome and this is michigan of very close to people, very close to italian around t
of the central u.s. as it heads to the great lakes and look out boston. folks in missouri, kansas, nebraska, are still dealing with up to 17 inches of snow so far. mike tobin is live in omaha, how much did you get? >> about eight inches and life is creeping back to normal. you can see the sun is coming out. it's warming up the roads, melting the snow on the roads, and largely people still have the day off. kids aren't in school, people aren't at work, and the traffic is right and the snow plows have an easy time of tidying 'the work. the road crews are giving credit to the people who said home, got out of the way, let them too their job. they maxed out their shifts, ran their routes, and the end, the snow here was not as bad as what they had anticipated. the scene was repeated as storm moved east. you had trucks in the truck stops riding out the storm. now there's another storm in the forecast, upwards of six inches, shep. >> shepard: rough drought. they can use this, frankly. >> they could, and last summer the corn crop did so bad nice didn't hey the heart, and the low water level in the m
concern and u.s. officials were hard at work around the globe trying to prevent regional tensions and animosity from turning into full-scale wars and ominously, the united states was about to face an upsurge in terrorist attacks that would claim hundreds of american drives in lebanon including a 49-year-old cia officers named bob ames, killed during a brief visit to our embassy in beirut and who at the time was my boss at the cia. during my 25 year career at cia i watched up close and participated in history being made in far off corners of the world and cia fulfilled its critical intelligence role collecting intelligence, uncovering secrets, identifying threats, partnering with foreign intelligence and security services, analyzing complicated developments abroad and carrying out covert action and attempting to forecast events yet to happen, all in an effort to protect our people and to strengthen america's national security. and throughout my career, i had the great fortune to experience firsthand as well as to witness what it means to be a cia officer. such as an analyst who had
. he is a month in love with god, and a very humble one. i noticed on the trip to the u.s., and you see the stadium filled, and john paul would enjoy those as much as an actor enjoys a big crowd, and benedict was a little bit almost embarrassed. but there was something beautiful and endear about that. >> there were missteps and miscues along the way. one of his first big speeches? germany, talk about islam, and that triggered a backlash and eventual paul from the vatican. what -- was his papacy overshadowed or damage bid this priest child sex abuse scandals ands to that tarnish his legacy? >> i don't think so. time will tell. you have to see that he came in at a very difficult time. i think you can certainly make the argument, the speech in germany was a one off. he certainly did have a serious question about islam and violence and how it came off in that speech was probably not the right way, and he would be the first to admit it, and there were other problems there as well. in terms of the sex abuse and scandals facing the church, you can certainly make the argument that there's no on
was successful. the sir ran rebels want the u.s. to help them in their bloody two-year uprising against bashar al-assad. the war has claimed more than 70,000 lives. secretary of state john kerry says the u.s. has new ideas about how to change the thinking on the ground but a washington wants to see a political transition. >> all this comes a day ahead of new talks between western powers and iran over iran's nuclear program. >> the first new talks since june between iran and the p5 plus 1, referring to the five states that sit on the u.n. security council, including the united states and germany. the talks will be held in kazakhstan. what's on offer and what isn't is something that secretary of state john kerry wanted the iranians to know about the talks. >> iran, with a nuclear weapon in that region, and given all that's happened, is simply unacceptable and we've stated they will not obtain a nuclear weapon. president obama has been crystal clear about this. are. >> reporter: another highlight of the trip, tomorrow in whensecretary kerry has his first face-to-face with the russianing leader. >>>
and detained with the u.s. support. >> i submit that the answer to that is one. he was put on a u.s. ship&interrogated for 30 days. thank you. >> thank you, mr. violence chairman. i want to point out that i'm going to try to enforce the eight minute. if you hear a tapping, it's not personal. senator rockefeller? >> thank you, madam chair, welcome mr. brennan, and if confirmed, you're going to lead an extraordinary agency with extraordinary people who perform extraordinary services, most of them totally unknown by the american people. most don't think about that. a life of public service and never having been known. those citizens with everything that we do to be known, and we get elected. it's very different in the central intelligence association and i respect it very much. i want to go to the eitc, that's tax credit, to the enhanced interrogation techniques. not the for the first. you talk about the 6,000 pages. what i want to say, an when the seconsecond round round comes, i will. dealing with the frustration of various administration, about trying to get information. why was it that t
if it suspects those americans are senior al qaeda operative aiming to kill other u.s. citizens if they cannot be captured and if they, quote, pose an imminent threat of attack. they can just kill american citizens. the document reportedly does not clarify exactly what defines an imminent threat. remember back in 2011, the feds said a drone strike took out the american born cleric awlaki, the first u.s. citizen we know the government killed. he was linked to plots against the united states so they killed him. katherine is live in washington. so we're clear, they can kill an american citizen with a drone, no lawyer, no charges, no conviction. >> no nothing. >> shepard: nothing. >> okay. that's at the heart of this. it's an executive branch assessment of whether an american citizen is an al qaeda leader and whether they pose an imminent threat. when fox news asked the attorney general to explain the difference between an imminent and ongoing threat, eric holder resisted providing details, citing classified material, even though this leaked memo is unclassified. >> i can't necessarily get into th
of the sweetest deals you'll hear for an admitted thief to took fund from a charity. the u.s. attorney says maureen owe coner doesn't have to spend a day in jail provided she undergo counseling and try to pay the debt. she has no income or bank account but they defend the plea deal. >> she had a severe medical condition that would make it difficult, if not impossible to bring the case to court. >> doctors removed the tumor about two years ago which affected her memory and judgment. >> how much money did she have and how did she lose it? >> at one point she was worth $50 million thanks to her marriage to the man who founded jack in the box. she was born and raced in san diego and increased the inheritance to more that will a billion dollars thanks to video poker in vegas and indian casinos. >> it would be correct to say she gambled the fortune away. some of it was stolen and the rest was lost in real estate transactions. >> most of you that know me here would know that i never meant to hurt anyone. >> so o'connor can repay the $2 million, though there's no reason to believe she can. the u.s.
storm pounds the central u.s. airlines have cancelled hundreds of flights from dallas to chicago. and the driving conditions aren't any better. look at this map from the missouri department of transportation here. well, never mind. but there are purple lines on it that show snow-covered roads. at it winter and it's snowing. claudia is out in the snow, and that's what reporters do, they go out in the snow. hough is the snow? reporter: actually we have a little break in the snowstorm but behind me, downtown kansas city, all but shut town today as most folks made the smart decision to stay inside where it's warm and dry. many of those who did venture out this morning, getting into spinoutsouts and accidents, andt just because of the icy conditions but because of poor visibility and drivers couldn't stop in time. whiteout conditions a big problem at the kansas city airport. snow removal teams couldn't see each other as they tried to plow the runways and keep the airport open. so they had 0 close the airport. poor visible not so good for pilots, either, show to airport closed until th
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